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The Hernando County Association of REALTORS® exists to promote and maintain the Code of Ethics, to provide multiple listing services, to provide educational and technological instruction and to provide leadership opportunities, in order to recognize our memberships’ common goals of increased professionalism and profitability.

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U.S. Housing Supply Reaches All-Time Low

Realtor.com: Housing inventory dropped 13.6% in Jan. – the steepest year-over-year decline in over four years. The current supply of for-sale homes in the U.S. is the lowest it’s been since realtor.com began tracking it in 2012. It’s down 10%-20% in the four Fla. cities tracked.

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Enjoy your holiday and a little relaxation.

Tatiana Quiroz, 2019 Miss Hispanic Queen of Hernando County passed the crown to Eternity Rodriguez, 2020 Miss Hispanic Queen of Hernando County as HCAR President Jeanne Gavish and HCAR Public Relations Chair Cristina Alonzo presented HCAR's sponsorship. The competition for Miss Hispanic Queen began in 2013 as an organization to educate local girls about their Hispanic culture. Girls ages 14 to 18 compete for the title. #ThatsWhoWeR ... See MoreSee Less

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Tatiana Quiroz, 2019 Miss Hispanic Queen of Hernando County passed the crown to Eternity Rodriguez, 2020 Miss Hispanic Queen of Hernando County as HCAR President Jeanne Gavish and HCAR Public Relations Chair Cristina Alonzo presented HCARs sponsorship.  The competition for Miss Hispanic Queen began in 2013 as an organization to educate local girls about their Hispanic culture. Girls ages 14 to 18 compete for the title.  #ThatsWhoWeRImage attachment

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Beautiful young lady! Many good wishes for 2020 reign.

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In July, Hernando County's housing market saw a 10.7% increase in single-family home sales when compared to July 2019. The median sales price for existing single-family homes increased 10.8% from last July. #ThatsWhoWeR ... See MoreSee Less

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